Careers

Job vacancies 

Antisemitism Incident Analyst

Full time, based in London

As an antisemitic incident analyst, your primary focus will be to monitor and analyse materials from a wide range of sources in relation to antisemitic hate crimes and incidents. You will respond quickly to information requests from clients internally and externally.

See a full job description here

Closing date: 13 April 2018.


Network and Systems Administrator 

Full time, based in London

Your primary focus in the role will be to maintain the stability, security and integrity of CSTs IT infrastructure, networks and data. You will also be responsible for installing new environments both on-site and in the cloud whilst following security best practices. The role mainly deals with second and third line issues allowing you to concentrate on the core networks and services running on them.

See a full job description here

Closing date: 27 April 2018.


Compliance Administrator 

Full time, based in London

As a Compliance Administrator, your primary focus will be to work closely with and provide assistance to the Data Protection Officer (DPO) in ensuring that everything we do is compliant with Data Protection Regulations. In addition, you will work on assigned projects and use your initiative to ensure that these projects are completed to the required standard and within the timescales set.

See a full job description here

Closing date: 4 May 2018.


Volunteer opportunities

CST Security Volunteer

Would you like to learn new skills, get fit, defend yourself and contribute to protecting the community?

To apply to become a CST volunteer security officer, please complete our online application form here.

Please give two referees who are current members of CST, who have known you for over 5 years. Alternatively please give two references from professional members of the community who have known you for over 5 years (Rabbi, Lawyer, Accountant etc.).

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“CST is an inspiration for all those working to counter hate incidents and crimes... We have been able to move forward knowing that we have colleagues, friends and allies who are working against hate and prejudice with us.”

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